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Discover the magic of Bryce Canyon National Park, home to the greatest number of hoodoos on Earth.
Over two million visitors come to experience the otherworldly magic of Bryce Canyon National Park each year. However long your visit, the information on this page will help you plan like a park ranger and make the most of your time.
Operating Hours & Seasons
Find Visitor Center hours and seasonal information here.
Fees & Passes
Learn about entrance and campground fees or buy a digital pass.
Directions & Transportation
Getting to Bryce Canyon and transportation options within the park.
Things to Do
From hiking to stargazing there is something for everyone at Bryce Canyon.
From easy walks to strenuous hikes, find the perfect activity for you.
Eating & Sleeping
Looking for lodging or a place to eat in the park? Get more information here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hiking questions? Shuttle Questions? What's a Hoodoo? Find answers to our most commonly asked questions here.
Permits & Reservations
You don't need a reservation to enter the park but information on other permits and reservations can be found here.
What to See
There's no shortage of beautiful places to see in Bryce Canyon.
Backcountry Hiking & Camping
Learn more about hiking and camping in Bryce Canyon's backcountry.
Seasonal weather information to help you plan your visit.
Information on nearby attractions and road conditions outside the park.
Rules & Regulations
Rules and regulations are in place to protect visitors and resources. Please do your part to protect your park.
Be aware of these safety precautions to ensure an enjoyable trip.
Learn about wheelchair accessibility and how to plan an accessible visit to Bryce Canyon National Park.
The Highlights of a Visit
Bryce Canyon is not a single canyon, but a series of natural amphitheaters or bowls, carved into the edge of a high plateau. The most famous of these is the Bryce Amphitheater, which is filled with irregularly eroded spires of rocks called hoodoos. Perhaps every visitor to the park will spend at least some time marvelling at its four main viewpoints, all found within the first few miles of the park: Bryce Point, Inspiration Point, Sunset Point, and Sunrise Point. Between April and October a shuttle service is operated in this area of the park to reduce congestion.